|Name||Carley, Furman B., 1859-1940|
|Spouse||Carley, Catherine (Hansell), 1859-1944|
|Deceased where||Chadron, Nebraska|
This collection consists of F.B. Carley's reminiscence, January 22, 1930. He describes the appointment of the first justice of the peace at Fort Robinson, Nebraska, in the 1880s and the demise of cattle ranching in northwest Nebraska. Carley writes also of cowboy life in Sioux and Dawes Counties, Nebraska, and the demise of cattle ranching in northwest Nebraska.